The first video is of a person walking through the woods and the second is of two people dancing in the backyard.
Both videos are clearly made on a satellite phone and have been uploaded to YouTube.
The first video shows a man walking in the woods.
He is clearly not a scientist, but he seems to be able to spot objects on the ground.
The second video is filmed from the backyard of a friend who seems to have a pretty good sense of direction.
It shows the two people in the yard, one walking towards the camera and the other heading towards the screen.
You can see that the person in the video is not a doctor, but it’s still interesting that he can spot objects.
Is there anything I can do with this information?
I would love to know how this information will be used.
If you have any ideas, please share in the comments below.
Posted by: Shane Saunders on September 28, 2018 The video above shows a person who can identify the distance between two objects by pointing to the location where they are located.
Is there a way to make it more accurate?
This is a great question.
The video above may have been filmed on a computer, but if you have a video camera and a remote controlled drone, it would be easy to use it to get a better idea of distance.
The remote control drone would also be able see where the objects are on the video.
However, there is a lot more you can do to use the information in the first video.
There are several things that you can take away from this video.
First, the person walking in front of the camera has a better sense of where he is, so he knows where the object is.
Secondly, the distance is not very precise.
The distance can be anywhere from 1.5 meters to 3.5 kilometers, and the person does not seem to know where the distance of each object is, only how far away the objects is.
Thirdly, the video has been edited.
If it were recorded on a real person, they would have been able to recognize where the person was walking in a certain spot.
This may not have been possible in this video though.
Fourthly, you can use this information to improve your own understanding of the world.
For example, if you are interested in astronomy, you could compare the distance the objects on this video are to the distance to the sun and then figure out how close they are to that sun.
You could also use this to get better pictures of objects in the environment.
For instance, you may be interested in seeing if you can spot a mountain or a volcano.
If you have questions about this information, or would like to contribute to this video, you are welcome to send me an email.
I have no problem editing it for accuracy and you can still use it in a manner that is informative.